Tim and Dagmara playing Wii Fencing. (Tim Morehouse)You might know Fashion's Night Out for its exhausting crowds, free cocktails, and celebrity sightings. Well, last night we stepped over to the other side, and tagged along with a featured guest instead of trying to snap a really fuzzy Instagram picture of one. Cue Tim Morehouse, Olympic Silver medalist in Beijing (2008), and US Olympic Fencing team member in London (2012). He's also a fashion industry favorite—seriously, that guy must have...Read Full Story
While the NBA season begins it's championship climax tonight, New York Knick Amar'e Stoudemire is celebrating an occasion of a different sort. The NBA all-star is engaged!That's right, Stoudemire and longtime girlfriend Alexis Welch have decided to make it official. Amar'e surprised Welch with a proposal in Paris that's left her "overjoyed." Welch and Amar'e met in 2002 backstage at a Nelly concert, and it's been true love (and babies) ever since. The happy couple have three children together...Read Full Story
Three kids and a decade later, Amar'e Stoudemire is heading down the aisle! He proposed to Alexis Welch, the mother of his three kids, in Paris Saturday night. The NBA star got down on one knee at the Le Meurice Hotel Belle Etoile Royal Suite at about 11pm local time, and handed her a rock worth more than $1 million, reports People.com."I have been planning my proposal for a while and overlooking the entire Paris skyline seemed like a perfect place. I am so happy she said 'yes,' and now we...Read Full Story
We had the chance to ask Amare Stoudemire a few questions this week. Amare is a power forward for the Phoenix Suns and plays on the USA national team.Interview Dec 7th, 2007Zimbio: As a young man you made a nearly seamless transition from high school student to professional athlete, averaging 20 points and 9 rebounds per game in only your second NBA season. How were you able to make the adjustment so quickly? Amare Stoudemire: Being an NBA player was the first job I ever had. I had a lot of...Read Full Story
Amare Stoudemire has a surgically-repaired leg. He's a pro basketball player for the NBA's Phoenix Suns. He also plays on the USA National Team. He's 6 ft 10 in and 245 lb. Amare plays power forward/center.